Hamide was the second child of a military man and was raised in a modern and wealthy family. A military man raises his children to be principled and hardworking. Hamide was no different; she stood on her own feet from the beginning. She was not a girl who stays at home and has everything brought to her. Against the common beliefs of the society in those days, she soon found a job and started to teach at high school. The day she married Mansour, her financial status was much better than his. Mansour was a penniless students at the Officers’ Academy. It took them a few years to be able to move to their own home.
Mansour was a religious person, but not a short-minded one.
This book is the memoir of Hamide Piahor during her 25 years of living with Mansour Sattari, the Commander of IRIAF